Act at a global scale.
To address global problems, look beyond nation-state borders and boundaries to affect transnational, regional, and global patterns, interactions, and dynamics.
- The design, implementation and evaluation of a global initiative should be global. This does not mean operating in a few different countries, but operating across countries and taking into account the global and local contexts.
- Suggested Evaluation Question:To what extent and in what ways is an initiative or intervention acting at a truly global scale?